Microsoft today announced the release of Windows 11 Preview Build 25169 to Dev Channel Insiders. This new build comes with multi-app kiosk mode that will allow you to select a set of allowable apps to run on the device, while all other functionalities are blocked. The following lockdown customizations are supported:
- Limiting access to Settings, except selected pages (e.g., Wi-Fi and screen brightness)
- Lock down the Start menu to show only allowed apps.
- Block toasts and pop-ups that lead to unwanted UI.
Multi-app kiosk mode is ideal for scenarios where multiple people will have to use the same device.
In this build, you now have a brand-new Windows Spotlight theme. You can enable it under Settings > Personalization and Settings > Personalization > Themes. Also, you can make your own custom themes with Windows Spotlight’s rotating images as well.
With this build, Microsoft has updated the U.S. English (EN-US) handwriting model to be faster and more accurate.
Finally, Settings now supports managing apps which were earlier only supported from Control Panel. This includes uninstallation of apps which have inter-dependencies.
You can find the full change log from the link below.